The Deputy Prime Minister also bluntly
dismissed Mr Cameron's call for a period of reflection on the controversial plans.
Janet, 55, was diagnosed last year with an aggressive form of lymphoma which her doctor then bluntly
told her was incurable.
When I asked him why, he bluntly
stated: "Orders from the Vatican.
A big chunk of this is bluntly
, sometimes awkwardly, expressed and predictable.
Perhaps more misguided Religious Right types will wake up to the fact that they've been had; that, to put it bluntly
, they've been seduced and abandoned.
To put it bluntly
, I was willing to hustle to pay for the education my family could not afford.
The adult children of the elderly speak bluntly
in this month's cover story by Kathy Saunders, "Assisted Living: When it's your turn to care for your parents" (page 12-17).
I saw that as a smokescreen for accountability," he says bluntly
Because authors Greg Morrison and Yanick Rice Lamb bluntly
explain why bid whist--black America's card game of choice--is so demanding.
As he put it bluntly
in that New Orleans speech, "It is entrepreneurship that helps break the cycle of poverty, and we will take the side of entrepreneurs.
Thus 80 percent of those detained at the border answered in the affirmative when asked by the Border Patrol if they would apply for amnesty, one of them bluntly
stating: "Yes, I am not stupid.
At one point after the war he said bluntly
, "It wasn't necessary to hit them with that awful thing.